The Photica Project:  Pronounced "Foe-Tea-Ka"

The Kodak Daylight Cameras

The Original Kodak was introduced in 1898.  It was the first camera to use roll film that could be installed by the user.  Negative size is 4x5 inches.  There were three sizes - Models A, B, and C.


The so-called Kodak Ordinary cameras are the same as these without the leather covering.

Below is a photo of a Model C.



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